Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being ineloquent; want of eloquence; a habit of silence or reserve in speech.
- n. The state or condition of being ineloquent.
“When I complained that the resulting text made everyone look silly, reading more like a case study of neurological impairment than an interview, I was treated to a lecture about the necessity of maintaining the "naturalness" of my natural ineloquence.”
“The smell of torture springs from the red ink of their pens, the finality and confirmation of your inadequacy, ineloquence, inferiority.”
“Sadly, he reminded us also of the ineloquence of George Bush at which we laugh, but which in fact represents a simplicity of the mind, a unidimensional view of life that Mr. Bush carries forth into the world that sews fear and destruction in its path.”
“I don't know, " I replied, in a moment of stark ineloquence.”
“To us, as already hinted, the Lord Abbot's eloquence is less admirable than his ineloquence, his great invaluable 'talent of silence!”
“Peter Hook's Freebass project have written a song with Howard Marx doing a "state of the world" rap on it which will probably trump Jon McClure in the political ineloquence stakes”
“Specimens of the genre share a low-key naturalism, low-fi production values and a stream of low-volume chatter often perceived as ineloquence.”
“Well fine, it would have been the same with any other girl BUT of course I had to get the worst choice - as much as I like Melody (and I really do, despite her ineloquence),”
“Did you grunt when you composed this passage of ironically inarticulate ineloquence?”
“The use of vulgarity is, always and everywhere, a sign of ineloquence”
Looking for tweets for ineloquence.